Indoor League and Championship Rules
To be eligible to win a NIFAA Indoor Champion title Adults/Young Adults/Veterans/Seniors MUST have 4 scores and Juniors/Cubs MUST have 2 scores from NIFAA Indoor shoots held throughout the indoor season which runs from October to the Indoor Championship. These scores will be averaged, and the average added to the Championship score to give a total which shall determine the Champions.
Events consisting of 2 indoor rounds will count as 2 of the 4 required scores, so long as the scores are recorded as 2 individual scores (each with a maximum possible score of 300). Only standard IFAA Indoor rounds will be eligible, i.e. shot at the standard (single or 5 spot) IFAA Indoor target face at 20 yards with a maximum possible score of 300. If you shoot more eligible scores than is required your highest scores will be used in the calculation of the total Championship score.
Individual archers are not required to submit their scores but MUST retain a signed record on their own Classification Card – event organisers should submit all scores to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To compete for any NIFAA title or record the archer must be a current member of the Northern Ireland Field Archery Association.
Guest/Visitor categories may be available at the discretion of the organising committee.
A NIFAA shoot is any event held in Northern Ireland open to all NIFAA members and advertised on the NIFAA Calendar / Facebook page.
Complete set of rules for the NIFAA Indoor League are now available on the Documents page of this website.
On this page you will find the latest results and details about the NIFAA Indoor League.
Results will be updated as soon as possible after each round.
The 2020 Indoor League scores will be carried over to the 2021 scores and NIFAA Indoor Championship.